August 29, 2022

Ms. Jay Langadinos can offer Hollywood celebrities a more realistic view of the horrific realities of the medical procedures associated with the popular cause of “transgenderism.”

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She, admittedly, got swept up with the romanticized image of “gender transitioning” and claims she was left “disfigured” and “disabled” having attempted to change from female to male, according to a lawsuit filed by Ms. Langadinos in Australia.

Her anger is directed at a medical system, and more specifically, her psychiatrist, Dr. Patrick Toohey, with whom she met with for an alarmingly short period of time — one session. He was to set in motion the medical procedures she claims that were to eventually “ruin her life” without properly evaluating her case.

Integral to the lawsuit is Ms. Langadinos claim she was never “properly informed” of the complications related to hormone therapy and the extent of the trauma of surgeries that left her “disabled.” Her greatest regret involves surgical procedures concerning removal of her female organs: uterus, ovaries, and drastic breast reduction. She was 19 at the time she started the medical procedures.

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Regretting the first and second surgery was one thing, but Langadinos was equally unprepared for the fallout from being prescribed massive doses of “cross sex” hormones. She claims the hormone therapy left her suffering from severe anxiety, depression and early menopause.

Dr. Toohey will be required to explain in court (if the case doesn’t settle) his reasoning for “approving” the transitioning process while failing to better understand the patient’s mental profile and failing to inform the patient of the possible irreversible harmful effects.

It became apparent that Langadinos was devastated by her teenage-decision to undergo the medical procedures saying in an interview: “Knowing that I can’t have children is absolutely devastating.”

In hindsight, Dr. Toohey is also seeing things differently writing in a letter to a fellow at Concord Repatriation General Hospital: “Ms. Langadinos had a past history of significant social phobia and depression which may bee been beyond gender dysphoria.” No doubt Langadinos’ attorney will further pursue that professional insight.

While her psychiatrist may be more circumspect in future, Langadinos is fairly typical of the uninformed and depressed teenagers who diagnosis their own condition by researching the internet for answers. “As my unhappiness grew, I felt the cause of my unhappiness was because I was not male, so the answer was to change my body even more.”

It might be useful for socially alienated teenagers to learn “transition” had led to “even more unhappiness” in hundreds of cases, according to Charlie Evans, founder of the non-profit Detransition Advocacy Network. Ms. Evans is among the growing number of transgenders who wish to serve as an example and assist others from making “terrible mistakes” which cannot be corrected. She had attempted to transition from female to male, but returned to her birth sex.